Friday, 19th September 2014
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  • Indonesia asks China to accept three commodities
    5 hours ago
    The Indonesian government has again asked China to again accept mangosteen, palm kernel cake and bird nest, three of its commodities the Chinese had banned so far. Indonesias Minister of Agriculture Suswono personally made ...
  • Rupiah depreciation still in line with economic fundamentals: BI
    17 hours ago
    Bank Indonesia Governor Agus Martowardojo called on the people here on Thursday not to worry about current rupiah depreciation. "It is alright. I saw it was still at Rp11,900 yesterday. So, when dynamic happens it will ...
  • Indonesian foreign debts increase to US$290.6 billion
    18th September 2014
    Indonesias foreign debts rose to US$290.6 billion by the end of July from US$284.9 billion a month earlier. The debts included US$134.2 billion owed by government and US$156.4 billion owned by the private sector, data at ...
  • PT. PAL awarded a project to build a submarine
    18th September 2014
    The Defense Ministry said it has awarded state-owned shipbuilding company PT PAL Indonesia a project to build a submarine for the navy. "The order is in line with the assignment of PT PAL Indonesia as the lead integrator ...
  • BPK asks for additional budget of Rp91 billion

    18th September 2014
    The Indonesia Supreme Audit Board (BPK) has submitted a proposal for a larger allocation of budget to Rp2.987 trillion to meet its growing requirement in 2015. The agency asked for an addition of Rp91 billion to initially ...

  • Govt proposes Rp19.97 trillion incentives for electricity investment
    17th September 2014
    The government has proposed investment incentives of Rp19.97 trillion in the draft 2015 state budget to develop the electricity system. The incentive is equal to a business margin of 7 percent, Director General of ...
  • Drought hits 20 provinces in Indonesia
    17th September 2014
    Drought has hit 20 provinces this year, an official from Indonesias National Disaster Mitigation Board (BNPB) reported here on Wednesday. "This condition has been caused by dry season and lack of sufficient rainfalls in ...
  • BI calls on companies with foreign debts to conduct hedging
    17th September 2014
    Bank Indonesia has called on companies in the country having foreign debts to conduct hedging transactions as part of their risk management activities to mitigate the impact of a possible global economic upheaval. "BI ...
  • Arrest of Foreign Terror Suspects Prompts Indonesia To Tighten Security
    17th September 2014
    The Indonesian government has announced rejection of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) in the country and arrested local terror suspects who have declared their supports to the foreign group. Recently, two alleged ...
  • MP3EI, Extraordinary Program To Boost Equitable, Balanced Economic Growth
    17th September 2014
    President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, as the leader of a growing economic nation, has frequently promoted the need to achieve economic growth in equity. "It is clear from our deliberations that our ultimate goal of the ...